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VTANZ: A Vaping Trade Association Launched in NZ

“All of us Kiwis involved in the industry are enormously proud of the work we have done to help tens of thousands of other...

NZ Study: Cigarette Butts Constitute About 80% of All Litter

Carried out over five months by non-profit organization Keep New Zealand Beautiful, with the help of the Department of Conservation, Statistics NZ and the...

NZ’s Government Looks Into Banning Most E-Liquid Flavours

Associate Minister of Health Jenny Salesa said that this measure would be part of a vaping legislation which will be introduced to Parliament shortly....

NZ: Vaping Campaign Launch Ahead of E-Cig Ads Ban

The launch of Alt New Zealand’s campaign is right on the heels of an announcement by Associate Health Minister Jenny Salesa, saying that plans...

NZ’s Vaping Industry Fears The Gov. May Restrict Nicotine Levels

New Zealand’s Ministry of Health and the Health Promotion Agency, have just launched a website that promotes vaping as a safer smoking alternative. Additionally...

New Zealand: Vape shops on the Rise in Southland

Whilst vaping was initially met with skepticism, New Zealanders are becoming more and more aware of its relative health benefits. ''Some locals back in...

Data From New Zealand Shows Positive E-Cig Use Trends 

The research led by the Health Promotion Agency and recently published in the scientific journal Addictive Behaviours, has found that over half (56.5 percent)...

NZ’s Ministry of Health Launches Vaping Website

“There are lots of different opinions and beliefs about vaping. Some say it’s as bad as smoking, others say it helps with quitting smoking....

New Zealand Not on Track to Meeting 2025 Smokefree Goal

Researchers at New Zealand’s University of Otago have found that in order to achieve the Government's 2025 Smokefree goal, five times as many Māori...

New Zealand moves to tighten vaping laws

In March 2017, associate Health Minister Nicky Wagner had said that e-cigarettes would be legalized and that New Zealand was adopting a low risk...
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